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Resources for Immigrants

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Regardless of your immigration status, you have guaranteed rights under the Constitution. Learn more here about your rights as an immigrant, and how to express them. | more info »
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Centro Hispano offers immigration services including consultations, naturalization, permanent residence, DACA, and family assistance. Visit the web site for times and to make an appointment. This service has a minimum cost. | more info »
Community Immigration Law Clinic (CILC) is a free immigration consultation clinic supported by Christ Presbyterian Church. | more info »
A resource guide for Latino families developed by the Madison Latino Support Network (LaSup). The guide includes a “Know Your Rights” card, important phrases for interacting with immigration enforcement and guidance on how to create an emergency plan in the case of deportation. | more info »
Literacy Network teaches reading, writing, communication, computer skills, and civics to Dane County adults. They offer English for Citizenship Classes for legal permanent residents. | more info »

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Know Your Rights
Regardless of your immigration status, you have guaranteed rights under the Constitution. Learn more here about your rights as an immigrant, and how to express them. | more info »
Centro Hispano logo
Centro Hispano offers immigration services including consultations, naturalization, permanent residence, DACA, and family assistance. Visit the web site for times and to make an appointment. This service has a minimum cost. | more info »
Community Immigration Law Clinic (CILC) is a free immigration consultation clinic supported by Christ Presbyterian Church. | more info »
An award-winning site for legal information. | more info »
A resource guide for Latino families developed by the Madison Latino Support Network (LaSup). The guide includes a “Know Your Rights” card, important phrases for interacting with immigration enforcement and guidance on how to create an emergency plan in the case of deportation. | more info »
The Indigenous Law Portal is a valuable resource for researching indigenous law throughout the world. | more info »
Literacy Network teaches reading, writing, communication, computer skills, and civics to Dane County adults. They offer English for Citizenship Classes for legal permanent residents. | more info »
Find information about a lawyer or a firm. For Wisconsin lawyers, see also State Bar of Wisconsin Lawyer Search Engine. | more info »
Talk to a legal assistant who's experienced in analyzing potential legal problems. | more info »
Find information for tenants and landlords regarding rental rights and responsibilities; state and local rental laws; mediation services; and general housing issues. Housing counseling and information for landlords and tenants in the Madison area. See also the full text of Tenant and Landlord Rights and Responsibilities, City of Madison Ordinance 32.06(2)` | more info »
The State of Wisconsin Blue Book remains the primary one-volume reference source about the state, documenting the organization of the state’s three branches of government (legislative, executive, and judicial). | more info »
Find court cases for all counties except Milwaukee. | more info »
Civil, Criminal, Probate, Small Claims, Divorce, and more. Many of these forms are used in the City of Madison and Dane County. | more info »
Forms on all sorts of legal topics, including some forms specific to Wisconsin. | more info »

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